Havelock's theory of change can be used in nursing for planned change projects. It is based on Kurt Lewin's theory of change and has six steps. The steps are building a relationship, diagnosing the problem, gathering resources, choosing the solution, gaining acceptance and self renewal. Use the process to identify areas that require change and successfully progress the hospital or patient toward the needed change.
How to Apply Havelocks Theory of Change in NursingBy Contributor ; Updated April 24, 2017
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